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JEE Main 2018 Results: Result of JEE Main 2018 are going to be released on 30th April, 2018. Candidates are advised to keep checking the official website for latest updates about the jee main result. Joint Entrance Examination or JEE is internationally regarded as one of the most challenging entrance examination conducted by the CBSE ( Central Board of Secondary Education) for students who wish to pursue engineering at the undergraduate level. JEE Main, a national level examination, is conducted for admission to NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and other engineering colleges for the courses B.Tech/ B.E/B. Arch/B. Plan.

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JEE MAIN Updates 2018

Official Answer Key for JEE Main paper 2 has been released. To check the same  Click Here

The candidates, who have appeared in JEE (Main) 2018 and intend to obtain their photo copy of OMR sheet along with Calculation Sheet, may apply for the same along with the requisite fee of Rs. 500/- on or before 31/05/2018. To know more- Click Here

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JEE Main 2018 Results to be declared on the 30th April, 2018. Keep checking official website for latest updates.

 JEE MAin 2018 Official Answer key of Paper 1 has just been released! Click here to go to the Answer key section of JEE Main 2018.

JEE Main Counselling 2018

The JEE Main Counselling Process for the qualified students of JEE is held by Joint Seat Allocation Authority or commonly know as JoSAA. CBSE does not take up counselling nor does it allocate seats. The counselling will tentatively begin from the 3rd week of June and will continue until the 3rd week of July. The counselling process will be held online for admission into 31 NITs, 23 IITs, and 20 GFTIs. It takes place in 6-7 rounds.

JEE Main 2018 Seat allocation and admission

candidates will be given admission to the desired courses based on their All India Rank of JEE Main 2018. The verification of documents would be done at the time of Seat Allocation Process/admission. The documents will be in regard to identification, age, qualifying examination, state of eligibility, category and disability of the candidate. Failing to produce any of the authentic documents, will not allow the candidate to be considered for admission. SC, ST, OBC and PwD candidates will be required to produce original certificate issued by the competent authority at the time of Seat Allocation Process as well as at the time of admission, failing which they will not be considered for admission.


JEE Main 2018 Results

Result for JEE Main 2018 will be out in both April and May. The announcement of result for Paper 1 will take place in the last week of April whereas, for Paper 2, the result will be declared in last week of May. The result will be uploaded online only and will declare the All India Rank (for information purpose only), the candidate’s score and the qualifying status. Admission to NITS and IITs will be based on merit list.

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How to check the JEE Main 2018 Result

  • Click on the official website of JEE which is
  • Click on the link marked as “Joint Entrance Examination Main (2018)” which will be at the center end of the home page.
  • Candidates will be directed to the page of declared results. They can also check the result at the CBSE website by entering their roll number and date of birth.

Important Updates of JEE Main 2018

CBSE has just now released the Admit Card for aspirants on the official website. announced that JEE Main 2018 offline mode will be conducted on 8th April 2018 (Sunday) while the online exam is going to be held on 15th and 16 April 2018 (Sunday and Monday). The application form has also been released online on 1st December 2017 and the last date to fill the same is 1st January 2018. The application fee can be paid until 2nd January 2018. CBSE has also opened the application form correction window on 9th January 2018 where candidates can rectify any mistake made by them in the Application Form. The last date to rectify the mistakes is 22nd January,2018. Candidates can check out the list of JEE Main 2018 Exam Centers that has been released recently on the official website by CBSE.

Important Dates to Remember

Dates Events
22th  November 2017 (Released) CBSE to release an official JEE Main 2018 Brochure
1st December 2017 Application form has been made available on
1st January 2018 Last date to submit the form
9th January 2018 Start date to make corrections in the application form
22nd January 2018 Last chance to edit mistakes in the application form
8th December 2017 Start date for Removing discrepancies in uploaded images
2nd January 2018 Last date to pay Application Fee
12th March 2018 Download the admit card
8th April 2018 Offline exam (pen and paper based)
15th and 16th  of April 2018 (Announced) Online exam (computer based)
24th to 27th  April 2018 Display of Answer keys
30th April 2018 Result Declaration

JEE Main 2018 Answer key

The date for the release of the JEE Main 2018 Answer Key is between 24th to 27th  April 2018. However, candidates can check the answer key released today by various coaching institutes in this article. Apart from this, the exam conducting authority will also upload responses to answer sheets of candidates for students to compare their views/answers. In case a candidate wants to challenge an answer key, he/she must fill an online form and pay an amount of Rs 1000/- per answer up to 11.59 PM on 27/04/2018. If the challenge is accepted by the board, the fee will be refunded to the candidate. The release of answer keys gives the aspirants, a chance to crosscheck their answers and have an idea of their score in the exam.

JEE Main Answer Key of Paper 1 Released.

Live Updates about JEE Main 2018 Answer Keys on 8th April 2018

5:17 PM – Aakash has released the JEE Main 2018 Answer key for code D. Click here to check. 

5:05 PM – Career Point has released the JEE Main 2018 answer key. Click here to see the answer key. 

4:43 PM – Resonance Answer key of JEE Main 2018 for code A, C, D. Click here

4:17 PM – JEE Main 2018 Answer Key of Code C released by Aakash Institute. Click here to check the answer key.

3:56 PM – JEE Main 2018 answer key released by Allen Kota. Check here. 

3:06 PM – JEE Main 2018 Answer Key of Code B released by Vidyamandir coaching Institute. Rao IIT Academy has also released the JEE Main 2018 Group C answer key. Click here to check the Answer Key. 

Vidyamandir Classes Answer Key of JEE Main 2018 Code B.

RAO IIT Academy Answer Key of JEE Main 2018 Code C

2:52 PM JEE Main 2018 Answer key of Set B released by Toppr and Rao IIT Academy. Click here to check the answer keys.

Toppr Answer key of JEE Main 2018 SET B

RAO IIT Academy Answer Key of JEE Main 2018 SET B

2:38 PM – JEE Main 2018 Set C and Set D Hindi Question Paper have been released by Aakash Institute. Click here to Check the Question papers. 

2:31 PM – JEE Main 2018 Set B Question Paper has been released by sarvgyan. Click here to see. 

2:19 PM – Aakash Institute has released the JEE Main 2018 Code A Question Paper. Click here to view the same. 

1:50 PM – JEE Main 2018 Set – C question Paper released by Aglasem. Click here to see it now. Click here to Check the question paper. 

1:15 PMAs per our Internal Analysis and the students we have talked to, the examination was easier than last two years. The question paper was comparatively easy but the Physics sections was the toughest of all.

Do us let us know your views on the JEE Main 2018 question paper 1 in the comments section below!

1:00 PMJEE Main 2018 Set – D question Paper released by Aglasem. Click here to see it now. 

12:50 PM – According to NDTV analysis Initial responses from candidates suggested that the paper was not as tough as they expected. Some candidates said the physics section was comparatively the toughest.

12:30 PM – JEE Main 2018 Pen and Paper Exam is over. Students are coming out of exam halls. The unofficial answer keys will be released by various coaching institutes in a few minutes. The official answer key for JEE Main 2018 will be released by CBSE on 24th April 2018. Stay with us for the live update on JEE Main Pen and Paper exam and answer key releases. Candidates can predict their rank using our Rank Predictor. You can access Next In Career Rank and College Predictor at

9:30 AM  JEE Main 2018 for Paper 1 (B.Tech/B.E) had commenced

Only the students selected in JEE Main, are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced which has replaced IIT- JEE for admission to IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology). This replacement was made in 2012, when the government-run CBSE that earlier conducted the AIEEE and IIT- JEE for admission into NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, decided to conduct JEE Main and JEE Advanced.

Other institutes like Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology and the Indian Institute of Science that do not participate in the central IIT-JEE advanced counselling, use the JEE Advanced score for admission into their institutes.

As per the reports of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) the Government is considering to conduct only one engineering entrance test based on the lines of NEET (which is an entrance test for MBBS and BDS) while there have been other efforts to make JEE as the only entrance examination for all the engineering colleges in India.

Admit Card for JEE Main 2018

CBSE has released the admit card on 12th March 2018 only for those students who have successfully registered for JEE. To download the JEE Main 2018 Admit Card, the candidate will be required to login with application number and date of birth. It is necessary to keep the admit card safe as it will carry all the information required to enter the exam hall. A call centre will also be functional on all working days from 9.00 AM to 5.30 PM for general facilitation. The phone numbers of the call centre are available on the website of JEE Main.

JEE Main 2018 Exam Centers Complete List

While filling up the JEE Main 2018 Application form candidates will be required to enter the exam centers from the list published. Candidates opting for offline mode of exam can choose a maximum of 4 exam centers as per the availability. Aspirants opting for the computer-based online exam of JEE Main 2018 can choose only 1 exam center. Candidates must be very careful while entering the exam centers as no amendments can be made after the JEE Main 2018 application form has been submitted.

Check out the list of JEE Main 2018 Exam Centers that has just been released!

JEE Main 2018 Slot Booking

Applicants can book a slot while filling up the online application form that has been made available on the official JEE website from the 1st of December 2017. The slots can be booked only for Paper 1 which is conducted for B.E and B.Tech courses. The slot allotment will be done on first come, first serve basis. If in case, the candidate sits in more than one exam slot, his/ her candidature will be automatically canceled. In cases where the candidate has applied for the online exam but is not able to book a slot for the same, he/she will be allotted a slot by the exam conducting authority considering the availability of slots. Once the slots have been booked, candidates will not be able to change the slot or timing.

How to Book JEE Main 2018 Exam Slot. – Know Procedure Here

Syllabus for JEE Main 2018

What the candidate has to study for JEE 2018 for Paper 1 comprises of the subjects studied in class 11th and 12th but focusing mainly on Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Apart from this, the CBSE has published the JEE Main 2018 Syllabus in the official JEE Main 2018 brochure. The syllabus of Paper 2 is however slightly different comprising of Aptitude test, Drawing, and Mathematics.

Syllabus Topics

Mathematics Physics Chemistry
Sets, relations and functions Physics and measurement Some basic concepts in chemistry
Complex numbers and quadratic equation Kinematics States of matter
Matrices and Determinants Laws of motion Atomic structure
Permutations and Combinations Work, energy and power Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Mathematical Induction Rotational motion Chemical thermodynamics
Binomial theorem and its simple applications Gravitation Solutions
Sequences and series Properties of solids and liquids Equilibrium
Limit, continuity and differentiability Thermodynamics Redox reaction and electrochemistry
Integral calculus Kinetic theory of gases Chemical kinetics
Differential equations Oscillation and waves Surface chemistry
Coordinate geometry Electrostatics Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
Three dimensional geometry Current electricity General principles and processes of isolation of metals
Vector algebra Magnetic effects of current and magnetism Hydrogen
Statistics and probability Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents s block element
Trignometry Electromagnetic waves  p  block element
Mathematical reasoning Optics d  and f block element
                    – Dual nature of matter and radiation Coordination compounds
                    – Atoms and nuclei Environmental chemistry
                    – Electronic devices Purification and characterization of organic compounds
                    – Communication systems Some basic principles of organic chemistry
                    – Experimental skills hydrocarbons
                    –                    – Organic compounds containing halogen
                    –                    – Organic compounds containing oxygen
                    –                    – Organic compounds containing nitrogen
                    –                    – Polymers
                    –                    – Chemistry in everyday life
                    –                    – Principles related to practical  chemistry

Exam Pattern for JEE Main 2018

The Pattern for the JEE Main 2018 Entrance Exam includes the structure and pattern of how the questions and marks are divided. Duration of the exam will be 3 hours for the given slot and center.

For Paper 1 the mode of examination will be both online and offline with multiple choice questions (MCQs). There will be a total of 90 questions and the paper will be marked out of 360. 1 mark will be deducted for each answer marked wrong.

For Paper 2, the mode of examination will be offline only. The questions for Mathematics and Aptitude test will be in MCQ format. The number of questions in this paper will be 82, marked out of a total of 390. Marking scheme for Maths and Aptitude test will remain same like that of Paper 1 but the drawing test will be marked on the drawing skill.

           Subject      No. of questions       Maximum marks
Paper 1
Physics 30 120
Chemistry 30 120
Mathematics 30 120
Total 90 360
Paper 2
Mathematics 30 120
Aptitude 50 200
Drawing Test 2 70
Total 82 390

For paper 1 the slot timings are from 9:30 AM to 12:30 AM. And for paper 2 the exam time has been scheduled to 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. These two papers will be held in offline mode on the 8th of April 2018 (Sunday).

For candidates who have opted to give the online examination will have to appear for the examination on 15th and 16th of April 2018 (Sunday and Monday) and the exam will be held from 9:30 AM to 12:30 AM and if required will be conducted in the second shift from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

Please note that the Computer Based Examination for Paper –1 in Colombo, Dhaka, Kathmandu, Singapore, Bahrain, Dubai, Muscat, Riyadh, Qatar, Sharjah and Dhaka will be held on 15th April 2018.

Choice Of Medium Of Examination

  • for all the examination centres cities, candidates can choose the medium of the question paper as English and Hindi.
  • For examination centres Cities in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli, candidates can choose the medium of question paper in English, Hindi and Gujarati.

Now Have a look at these previous year’s question papers:

How to Prepare for JEE Main 2018

Engineering aspirants who seek to find a seat in the reputed IITs and NIITs need to have a focused mind and strategize their JEE Main 2018 preparation for the exam.

Here are a few tips on how to prepare:

  • Earliest preparation can start by staying focused in school during the 11th and 12th standard which covers most concepts that are a part of the JEE question paper.
  • Chart out a timetable on a daily basis that gives you ample amount of time to revise.
  • Keeping yourself in sync with previous year’s question papers will help become familiar with the concepts and pattern and will allow you to practice different questions simultaneously.
  • Clarify your doubts whenever in need.

Eligibility Criteria for JEE Main 2018

Candidates must fulfill all the JEE Main 2018 Eligibility Criteria before filling up the form.

Age – An ideal candidate’s date of birth should be on or after 1st October 1993. For all the Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) are to be granted a relaxation of 5 years. So, candidates who belong to this category can have a date of birth on or from 1st October 1988.

Note Age will be calculated as per the DOB mentioned in the Secondary Education Board / University Certificate.


  • The candidate must have passed 12th standard examination/qualifying exam with at least 5 subjects out of which Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and English are core subjects.
  • An acceptable list of qualifying exams will be given in the official JEE main brochure. It will include 10+2 final exam by a recognized board, Inter or PU exams, NDA final examination, SSSE by NIOS with a minimum of 5 subjects, school/ board/ university recognized equivalent to 10+2 by AIU. Also, IITs will accept HSC vocational exam, diploma, GCE by London/ Cambridge/ Sri Lanka at A level, HSCE by Cambridge University or the IB Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva.
  • For improvement cases, any candidate who has passed in 2017 but is giving an improvement exam in 2018, the top 20 percentile of 2017 will be considered
  • Candidates who have passed out in the year 2016/17 are eligible to apply. Even candidates who will give their final examination in 2018 can apply.
  • Candidates who have failed the qualifying examination in 2015 and are reappearing for the same in 2016 are not eligible to apply.

Eligibility Criteria for Admission in NITs, IIITs, CFTIs

  • Candidates who have obtained a minimum of 75% in the 12th standard exam or are among the top 20 percentile holders are shortlisted by JoSAA. For SC/ST candidates, the minimum percentage of marks is 65%.
  • For B.E. and B.Tech courses – Candidates must have passed Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with either of these- Biology/ Biotechnology/ Chemistry/ Technical vocation.
  • For B. Arch and B. Planning – Candidates must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics.

JEE Main 2018 Application Form Correction

CBSE has just released an official notification stating that the JEE Main 2018 Application Form Correction Facility for all the registered candidates of JEE Main 2018 will be made available on the official website i.e. from 9th January 2018 to 22nd January 2018.

JEE Main 2018 Correction Notification  – Check Here

All candidates who have filled up the application form will be given a last chance to rectify few details on the application form. Applicants can make alterations to the particulars filled up by them on the application form. It must, however, be kept in mind that the modification of detail cannot be made to the mode of exam  from computer-based to pen and paper based. Since, this is a one time facility, candidates must be very careful while making the changes as after the last date, the board will not accept any request for change in the application form details.

Those students who are making the changes in the application form will have to pay an application fee if applicable through credit/debit card/E-wallet (SBI buddy/Paytm) or through e-challan generated during the online correction by cash in the Syndicate/Canara/ICICI Bank during 9th January 2018 to 23rd January 2018.

JEE Main 2018 Registration

Coming to the most crucial part of the exam where most of the students happen to commit mistakes, admission forms play an important role in the process of acquiring a seat in an engineering college. All candidates must have a clear look at the brochure before filling in the JEE Main 2018 Application Form.

  • The form can be filled online only. There will be no printed application forms.
  • Application forms have been made available online on 1st December 2017 on the official website
  • The last date to fill the online application form is 1st January 2018. Application fees can be paid till 2nd January 2018.
  • All students applying for JEE must mandatorily have an Aadhaar card. In case you don’t have an Aadhaar card, then such candidates will have to apply by filling in the 28 – digit enrollment ID / UR no (with the slash) printed on the enrollment slip issued by Aadhaar center.
  • In addition to all this, the candidate must also have scanned images of all the required documents in the correct specifications.

JEE Main 2018 Application Form fees

The application fee for JEE Main 2018 is to be paid based on the gender, mode of exam and category of the candidate.

Papers Online Mode Offline Mode
Category General/OBC








For Examination Centres in India
Paper 1 or 2 1000 500 500 250
Paper 1 and 2 1800 900 1300 650
For Examination Centres Abroad
Paper 1 or 2 2500 1250 2500 1250
Paper 1 and 2 3800 1900 3800 1900

Payment of the application fees can be done through either a credit card or a debit card. One can also make the payment using E-challan for which the candidate is required to go to Syndicate/ICICI/HDFC/Canara Bank and make payment in cash.

Cut Off for JEE Main 2018

Cut off is the minimum qualifying marks required to qualify the JEE Main. The cut off is released to give admission to only those who have performed with excellence. Students who have a score equal to or more than the cut-off get their names in the merit list, which is the sole basis of admission into the engineering colleges. Sometimes, the cut-off also means an opening and a closing rank of NITs, IITs, and GFTIs.

Click Here for Complete Cut Off list for JEE Main 2018.

FAQs On JEE Main 2018 Exam

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